I use a 32G 5/32" needle for insulin. can I use the same size needle for edex.It is a lot smaller and does not hurt at all
With medication you have to use the gauge recommended. The reason for that is that some medications are thicker then others. Its the medication that hurts when you get a shot, and that's mostly because of the thickness of it. If you try to push thick medicine thru a small gauge needles it just won't go.
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